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Parking Payment Systems 2012

Parking Payment Systems 2012

Welcome to the new edition of Parking Review’s Essential Guide to Parking Payment Systems, a guide to the latest technologies for managing both kerbside and off-street parking. One thing is clear from reading this year’s articles, whether they are physical terminals or virtual... continue

11 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
Parking is increasingly collected and connected

Parking is increasingly collected and connected
Mark Moran

It is fascinating to see the way in which parking equipment manufacturers, payment processing houses and software specialists are all taking... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
The new economics of parking

The new economics of parking

Paying for parking is an emotive subject, as motorists feel that they should not pay for parking on the street,... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
Sensors monitor Westminster’s smarter streets

Sensors monitor Westminster’s smarter streets

Westminster City Council has become the first British local authority to use parking bay sensors to give real-time updates to motorists on the availability of available spaces via... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
Making parking accessible for all

Making parking accessible for all
Helen Dolphin

While touring the Parkex 2012 exhibition I was interested to see how some companies are now... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
Parkeon is now on call with Whoosh!

Parkeon is now on call with Whoosh!

Parking solutions system provider Parkeon is launching its own phone parking, called Whoosh!, in the UK. The company sees mobile phone... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements

Parkeon and Ranger are putting parking in the frame

Parkeon has entered into a partnership with Ranger Services, a specialist in automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) technology, to supply its latest off-street parking system called ParkREG. The system will link Ranger’s ANPR software to the Strada Touch payment terminal, and also supports SMS... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
Parkeon: Riding the technology wave

Parkeon: Riding the technology wave
Danny Hassett

Barclaycard and Parkeon have been the vanguard of contactless credit/debit card payment technology for... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
Parking that is the best in show

Parking that is the best in show

The Olympia exhibition and conference centre in west London, which hosted this year’s Parkex, has upgraded its parking... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements

Managing airport arrivals and departures

Newcastle International Airport is used by over 4.5 million passengers every year. A great many arrive and depart from the terminal area by car, placing great demands on the forecourt area’s pick-up and drop-off zones. The airport’s management felt it could improve customer service, and maximise... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
Xerox Parking Services: Apps are for everyone

Xerox Parking Services: Apps are for everyone

Phone apps are no longer just the preserve of phone payment system providers. Suppliers of payment equipment, such as Xerox Parking Services, are also devising applications that... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements

First Capital Connect’s cashless taxi permits

Train operator First Capital Connect (FCC) has introduced a cashless payment service for taxis picking up passengers at its stations in the south-east of England. First Capital Connect delivers passenger train services between London and Brighton, Bedford, Cambridge, Kings Lynn and Peterborough... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
A new degree of choice at the University of Winchester

A new degree of choice at the University of Winchester

Parking at the University of Winchester is managed by the Car Parking Partnership, a group led by Liberty Services. The partnership enforces public and permit controlled parking across the university’s campus. The... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
Adaptis Solutions: Discover parking nirvana in a cloud

Adaptis Solutions: Discover parking nirvana in a cloud
Manni Marway

Imagine a world where you can vary the price of... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
APT Group: Travelling in new directions

APT Group: Travelling in new directions
Nigel Young

For public transport users there are decisions to be made, and tickets to be bought over the phone or online to... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
Complimenting cash payments with Metric Mobile

Complimenting cash payments with Metric Mobile

It is two years now since the first Metric pay & display parking machine offered motorists a remote payment by telephone option. Metric launched the now established Metric Mobile... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
Metric Group: Card-reading P&D is a progressive approach

Metric Group: Card-reading P&D is a progressive approach
Richard Boultbee

Nottingham City Council is progressive when it comes to... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
Getting connected: The Parkmobile-RingGo alliance

Getting connected: The Parkmobile-RingGo alliance

Parkmobile has acquired the parent company of rival phone parking service RingGo. Netherlands-based Parkmobile Group has acquired Cobalt Holdings, owner of Cobalt Telephone Technologies (CTT),... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
Giving credit to car park users in Rochford

Giving credit to car park users in Rochford

Rochford District Council in Essex has selected CreditCall’s cashless payment gateway for its new wave & pay contactless parking machines. Metric Parking has retro-fitted... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
Keeping in touch with change

Keeping in touch with change
Peter Alcock

The cashless and contactless payments landscape is vast, varied and growing at an... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
WPS: Providing a seamless journey

WPS: Providing a seamless journey

All over the world cities are trying to fight traffic congestion and pollution by implementing ideas such as park & ride. WPS... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
Sagoss: Engineering a solution

Sagoss: Engineering a solution

Imperial College London is one of the UK’s top universities with an international reputation in the field of... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
Cale BriParc: Writing the new rules

Cale BriParc: Writing the new rules
Richard Parsons

Many local authorities want to offer free or discounted parking as part of moves to encourage people to... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements

Giving motorists new Windows on the world

Parkmobile has released a mobile application for the Windows Phone platform. The new app, which is available in the marketplace for free, joins the already available apps for the iPhone, Android and Blackberry operating systems. The Parkmobile Windows phone app gives users the ability to start,... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
Parkmobile: The smart application process

Parkmobile: The smart application process
Peter O'Driscoll

One of the most important factors for success in the world of parking is offering the customer a quick and easy way to... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
RingGo: Virtual permits are a reality

RingGo: Virtual permits are a reality
Harry Clarke

Milton Keynes Council has offered a phone parking option since May 2009. At the end of an 18-month trial, the... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
PayPoint and PayByPhone are catering cash option

PayPoint and PayByPhone are catering cash option

Not everyone has access to a mobile phone, so local authorities often run phone parking services in parallel to traditional pay stations. However, there is growing interest among councils in... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements
PayByPhone: Park, tap and go

PayByPhone: Park, tap and go
Robin Bevan

What do Royal Tunbridge Wells and San Francisco have in common? The Kent spa town... continue

4 Oct 2012Parking Review Supplements

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